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Cairo, 19 - 20 February 2019

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Feb 1909:00
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Keynote address: The bright future of renewable energy in Egypt

Keynotes
  • Interconnecting the Egyptian grid with neighbouring countries
  • Accelerating the diversification of the energy mix
  • Spurring private sector investment with financial incentives
  • Providing a skilled, well-educated workforce
  • Boosting local manufacturing capacity to enhance economic developmentReserved for the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Egypt
Feb 1909:10
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Welcoming Remarks

Keynotes
H.E Aziz Rabbah, Minister, Ministry of Energy, Mines & Sustainable Development, MoroccoMorocco
Feb 1909:20
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Keynote address: Outlining the future renewable roadmap for Egypt

Keynotes
  • Forecasting the future renewable energy industry in Egypt with a clearly defined strategy
  • Exploring the existing Egyptian legal framework and regulation for renewable projects
  • Examining the growing opportunities for wind projects in the region
Mohamed Mostafa El Khayat, Executive Chairman, NREA New and Renewable Energy AuthorityEgypt
Feb 1909:40
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Feb 1909:50
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Keynote address: Driving interoperability in Arab renewable energy

Keynotes
  • Coordinating Arab policies on integrated planning of energy and expectations of future needs
  • Instilling action programmes in the Arab world in accordance with the global developments in renewable energy
  • Enhancing capacity-building in the Arab countries in the areas of renewable energy and energy efficiency promotion
  • Promoting joint projects in electricity interconnection
Jamila Matar, Energy Department Director, League of Arab StatesEgypt
Feb 1910:10
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International keynote address: Financing sustainable energy projects across MENA: 2019 and beyond

Keynotes
  • Developing strong institutional and regulatory frameworks that incentivise sustainable energy investments
  • Removing key barriers to market development
  • Structuring renewable energy projects to enhance bankability
  • Identifying the right mix of debt and equity infrastructureReserved for the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
Feb 1911:30
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PANEL Enabling and cultivating embedded energy

The Solar Show
  • Maintaining safety, reliability and security of supply from both CSP and PV resources
  • Building energy communities: the real promise of distributed energy
  • New market entrants disrupting centrally controlled utilities and enabling transactions
  • Improving power system resilience; reducing transmission and distribution losses
Feb 1911:30
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PANEL Powering growth in the MENA wind sector

The Wind Show
  • Tripling regional wind capacity over the next ten years
  • Identifying regulatory challenges that developers face
  • Are current tax incentives and regulations attractive for international investors and developers?
  • Classifying the regulatory treatment of storage assets: are they generation or supply assets?
Feb 1911:30
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PANEL Shining a light on Egypt’s energy potential: the world’s largest solar park

Project Updates
  • Generating 1.8GW by 2019
  • Providing fast-growing Egypt with the clean energy it needs to drive economic growth sustainably
  • Transforming Egypt into a clean energy producer
  • Becoming one of the world’s strongest energy players
  • Opening the door to private sector investments
Moderator: Ahmed Abdel-Azim, Professor of Energy, British University In EgyptEgypt
Essam El-Sayed, Head Of Solar Energy Department, New and Renewable Energy Authority (N.R.E.A.)Egypt
Feb 1911:40
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Spurring market adoption with government policies, incentives and subsidies

The Wind Show
  • Adopting transparent, consistent and long-term incentives to encourage investments and ensure continuous growth
  • Putting in place efficient financing opportunities: taking a holistic and coordinated approach
  • Developing grid codes: promoting open network access and efficient interconnection
  • Unleashing policies that support tech innovation and energy storage
  • Determining FIT design based on geographic areas
Feb 1912:00
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Solar-plus-storage: a new dawn for renewables

The Solar Show
  • Finding the optimal cost solution: financing mechanisms that exist today
  • Solar + storage = a match made in heaven
  • Enabling customers to avoid high utility demand charges
  • Weighing up the cost of CSP and PV power
Mohamed Selim, Managing Director: Extra High Voltage Research Center, Egyptian Electricity Holding CompanyEgypt
Feb 1912:00
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Energy renewables, employment and human capital in the MENA region: Opportunities and constraints

The Wind Show
  • Exploring possible employment opportunities in the renewable energy sector
  • Identifying the main challenges in the MENA labor market
  • Examining potential policy areas to help alleviate the identified labor market constraints
Feb 1912:00
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Sustainable energy trends in the MENA region

Project Updates
  • Reflecting on the recent advancements in the renewable energy sector for the MENA region
  • Questioning the challenges and announcing the driving forces for the adoption of renewable strategies
  • Looking at the trends for solar and wind energy that will shape future projects in the region such as decarbonation, emerging markets and resilience
Mohamed Mahmoud Soliman, Chairman, Arab Council for Sustainable EnergyEgypt
Feb 1912:20
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Advanced Grid Flexible Solar: Unlocking Full Solar Potential

The Solar Show
  • Examining the advances in Utility-scale PV Plants to address grid stability & reliability concern
  • Provision of grid flexibility from solar plants to reduce demand on thermal generation
  • Re-imagining operational capability of fully dispatchable solar by inclusion of low cost storage
Feb 1912:20
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Leapfrogging the limitations for wind projects

The Wind Show
  • Overcoming the limitations for connecting wind energy projects to the grid
  • Maintaining full production
  • Integrating wind energy with the grid in a predictable, streamlined mannerEnquire now to sponsor
Feb 1912:20
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Recognising Egypt’s $6 billion renewable energy investment opportunity

Project Updates
  • Mobilising private, regional and foreign capital to support the country’s renewable energy sector
  • Assisting debt financing
  • Fostering bilateral agreements between the government and private developers
Feb 1912:40
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Project Update Roundtables

Keynotes
Arguably the most important aspect of the show! Join these 40 minute interactive sessions designed to give you a first look at 2019 and 2020 project opportunities, tenders, techniques and technologies being implemented to build networks of the future. Enjoy sessions led by those in charge at key government departments, EPCs and solution providers designed to promote, discuss and debate.
1. Interconnecting the Egyptian grid to the rest of Africa and beyond
Kouamé Kissy Dey, Director Of Regional Distribution, CIECote D'Ivoire
2. Transiting to a more independent, diversified energy mix in Jordan
3. Understanding the biggest investment opportunities in Saudi Arabia
4. Building the world’s largest solar power plant: UAE project update
5. The Role of CSP in decarbonizing the energy sector in the MENA region
6. Guidelines for building an energy efficient retrofit programme
Andrea Di Gregorio, Director, Energy Efficiency And Renewables Office, Municipality of Ras Al KhaimahUnited Arab Emirates
Feb 1914:20
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PANEL Sustainable investments, challenges and opportunities in the MENA region

The Solar Show
  • Strategies to mitigate risk in MENA’s renewable energy investment
  • What role has financing played in achieving record-low tariffs?
  • Amending lenders and sponsors views of the region’s risk profile
  • Driving equity financing for solar energy projects
  • Financing approaches to solar-plus-storage systems
Adil Diani, Chief Engineer, Ministry of Industry, Investment Trade and Digital EconomyMorocco
Feb 1914:20
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PANEL Shifting the winds in your favour with energy storage

The Wind Show
  • Examining recent market developments
  • National storage integration strategies, support schemes, technological advancements and expansion scenarios
  • Capitalising on storage as an enabler for the deployment of wind power
  • Assessing the prerequisites for energy storage market growth: competitiveness, demand, frameworks
Amin Al Yaquob, Chief Executive Officer, Green Gulf AssociationSaudi Arabia
Iyad Muslih Al-Sartawi, Director, Energy CenterJordan
Mohamed Selim, Managing Director: Extra High Voltage Research Center, Egyptian Electricity Holding CompanyEgypt
Feb 1914:20
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Pushing renewables boundaries: Noor Ouarzazate Solar Plant

Project Updates
  • The path to sourcing 52% of installed capacity from renewable energy by 2030
  • Choosing the right technologies and technical configurations
  • Project update of the world’s largest CSP solar plant
  • Commissioning status of Noor Midelt and Noor PV 2 projects
Feb 1914:40
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PANEL The investor perspective: what long-term owners want

The Solar Show
  • Weighing up early-stage development risk vs high developer fees
  • Vertical integration or specialisation?
  • Examining the impact of tariffs and other regulatory considerations on capital costs
  • Evaluating project origination strategies and what they’re looking for in the utility and commercial solar industries
  • The impact of debt financing on project IRR and equity IRR
Omar Sadder, Business Development Manager, Yellow Door EnergyUnited Arab Emirates
Feb 1914:40
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Panel: Keeping on track for 2020 renewable goals

Project Updates
  • Achieving 42% renewable energy by 2020 and 52% by 2030
  • Keeping up the momentum: commissioning 300 MW of wind projects in 2018
  • Project update: starting construction on the 800 MW Noor-Midelt solar power complex
  • Partnering with African countries to facilitate the exchange of expertise and reinforce the economic development of the continent
Ahmed Abdel-Azim, Professor of Energy, British University In EgyptEgypt
Eng. Joseph Oteng Otogo, Board Member, Electricity Regulatory AuthorityUganda
Feb 1914:50
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Competitiveness of the Egyptian wind power market within the regional context

The Wind Show
  • Showcasing why Egypt is an attractive country to invest in
  • Providing an in depth understanding of the current wind power development schemes
  • Weighing up the current BOO, IPP and Feed-in Tariff schemesEnquire to sponsor
Feb 1915:00
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The role of PPP’s in unlocking capital for renewable energy

The Solar Show
  • From concept design to project execution: how PPP’s will enable and support diversification goals in the Middle East
  • Assessing the regulatory landscape in the Middle East to support renewable energy projects
  • Expanding the role of public and private participation for future opportunitiesEnquire to sponsor
Sherine Abdeen, PPP Expert, Ministry of FinanceEgypt
Feb 1915:00
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Case Study: Taking a look at the Moroccan Integrated Wind Program 1000 MW

Project Updates
  • Supporting the development of renewable energies, particularly, research and development, the wind industry and the creation of Jobs in Morocco
  • Obtaining installed capacity from wind energy, from 280 MW in 2010 to 2,000 MW in 2020 and activation to reach around 5,000 MW by 2030 ;
  • Making Morocco like an industrial Hub in wind power for the future
Feb 1915:20
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Panel: Empowering the powerless: providing communities with affordable and reliable access

The Solar Show
  • Examining the opportunity for fully distributed solar home systems (SHSs)
  • Energy access as a gateway for financial empowerment
  • Facing the challenges to deployment
  • Utilising distributed-energy technologies
Feb 1915:20
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PANEL IPOs: Bringing fresh wind in renewable energy financing

The Wind Show
  • What’s on the horizon for wind project finance?
  • Examining the differing roles and approaches of private and public finance
  • Understanding where investment is coming from
  • Evaluating emerging new business and ownership models: unlocking the potential for long term sources of finance
Feb 1915:20
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Etihad “The Super ESCO ”driving the solar market in Dubai, UAE with the Shams Dubai Program

Project Updates
  • Helping to develop the solar industry in Dubai
  • Producing solar power for commercial and industrial sectors
  • Focusing on the benefits of Shams Dubai – reducing bills and contributing to an overall cleaner environment
  • Explaining the potential energy capacity and what this means for the future ‘green economy’
Feb 1915:40
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Mini-grids: moving towards a scalable model

The Solar Show
  • Defining a mini-grid: serving multiple customers with ground-based infrastructure
  • Flexible, easy to use and adaptable to local needs and conditions
  • Considering all policy and regulatory implications
Feb 1915:40
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Debt financing: developing bankable renewable energy projects

The Wind Show
  • Streamlining project finance and addressing issues in bankability
  • The rise of non-recourse financing: affordable debt
  • Examining financial instruments and structures preferred by developers and lenders
  • Can financing models be standardised or replicated to simplify processes and decrease turnaround times?
  • Addressing political, construction and currency risks
  • Financing of net metering solutions to increase competitiveness of Egyptian industries
José Luis Bobes, Team Lead, GEFF (Green Economy Financing Facility)South Africa
Feb 1915:40
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Case Study: Overview on Sharjah Government energy efficiency - retrofitting Program

Project Updates
  • Introducing Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) retrofit programme
  • Encouraging participation through incentives – the benefits of joining SEWA
  • Explaining the challenges of helping organizations increase efficiency
  • How the programme will benefit Sharjah’s goal of 30% energy savings by 2020
  • Looking forward – what the future holds for the SEWA retrofit programme
Feb 1916:00
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Rethinking energy: Moving towards a new power system

The Solar Show
  • Transitioning from a grid-tied fossil fuel power system to an off-grid renewable and cleaner power system
  • Optimizing design of off grid solar PV/hydrogen fuel cell power systems
  • Evaluating the need for more innovative power systems
Mohammad Abuhilal, Chief Executive Officer, SunsynergyUnited Arab Emirates
Feb 1916:00
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Building the largest MENA wind farm: Suez Bay

The Wind Show
  • Diversifying Egypt’s energy mix with wind
  • Attracting international investment
  • Adding 2GW of wind power to the grid by 2023
  • Anticipating the impact on the utility grid
  • Strategically choosing the right partnersEnquire to sponsor
Dr.-Ing. Ahmed Elguindy, Renewable Energy Advisor, G.I.Z. GmbhEgypt
Feb 1916:00
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Ras Al Khaimah Energy Strategy: an example of an integrated approach to energy efficiency and renewables transformation

Project Updates
  • Taking a look at the Ras Al Khaimah Energy Efficiency and Renewables Strategy 2040: a roadmap for integration of renewable energy and energy conservation
  • Approaches to new and existing buildings: lessons learnt for policy makers
  • Green building regulations: looking for the right balance between environmental and economic sustainability
  • Participation from the private sector: business opportunities
Andrea Di Gregorio, Director, Energy Efficiency And Renewables Office, Municipality of Ras Al KhaimahUnited Arab Emirates
Feb 1917:00
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Keynote panel: Girl Power: How women in MENA are joining forces to create the workplace of the future

Keynotes
  • Understanding the MENA energy sector and the roles available for women
  • Highlighting the evidence that shows how the presence of women in the workplace has the possibility to increase profitability, return on investment and innovation.
  • Building an awareness of senior roles being acquired by women in MENA in the renewable energy sector
  • Discussing how to navigate through a male dominated sector to succeed
  • Reflecting on success stories and identifying winning strategies that drive career success for women in the energy industry

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Feb 2009:30
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International keynote address: Building a clean energy future, today: from technology development to system integration

Keynotes
  • Accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy
  • Creating a modern, hi-tech industry with advanced technologies
  • Fostering modernisation and transformation through digitalisation, agility and mindset change
  • Diversifying the energy mix to boost economic development and security while reducing costs
  • Convening all relevant stakeholders for a common and inclusive understanding on national energy transition priorities
Feb 2010:00
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Scaling up renewable energy generation

Keynotes
  • Unravelling the driving forces behind the solar power boom
  • Harnessing the power of strategic partnerships to spur growth
  • Unlocking expanses of ocean worldwide for generating wind power
  • Upgrading and repowering existing infrastructure
  • Predicting and preparing for ongoing regulatory, political and environmental changes
Feb 2010:30
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International keynote address: Utilising game changing technologies

Keynotes
  • Revolutionising the trading and selling of electricity through blockchain technology
  • Cryptocommodities: how token-based finance and business models are accelerating decentralised energy
  • Realising the true potential of artificial intelligence and machine learning: improving accessibility and efficiency
  • Accelerating ‘prosumers’ market integration
  • Adopting drone technology: driving efficiency, safety and ‘snapshot’ reportsEnquire now to sponsor
Feb 2011:20
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Taking operations and maintenance to the next level

The Solar Show
  • Addressing the growing need for multiple O&M providers to work together for particular asset owners
  • Facilitating faster, better and more efficient solar O&M
  • Weighing up the potential of aerial inspection technologies
  • Examining all areas: PV module integrated electronics, single and three phase inverters, off-grid and battery inverters, feedback control systems, grid codes
  • Power electronics for PV and battery systems
Feb 2011:20
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Making today’s wind technology more competitive

The Wind Show
  • Optimising the design and performance of wind turbines
  • Increasing return on installed capacity and reducing costs
  • Minimising Total Life Cycle Costs (TLC) with remote equipment monitoring, special high-humidity systems, optimised weight-efficiency ratios and carefully calculated magnet placement
  • Economies of scale: revving-up Annual Energy Production (AEP)
  • Enabling wind power plant owners to deliver efficient, reliable, and cost-effective energy in record time
Feb 2011:20
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Building Saudi Arabia’s renewable energy capacity: the $7 billion opportunity

Project Updates
  • Generating almost 10 GW of renewable energy a year by 2023
  • Embarking on a new energy future: rapid diversification of the Kingdom’s oil-dependent economy adding solar, wind, geothermal and waste-to-energy to the mix
  • Fueling the birth of a new industry vision: Vision 2030
  • Energising the value chain: delivering renewable energy, jobs and expertise
Feb 2011:40
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Enhancing the bankability of O&M strategies

The Solar Show
  • Mitigating technical risks in PV investment through quality infrastructure
  • Improving the finance-ability and attractiveness of PV investments
  • Engaging all stakeholders to identify, manage and control potential technical, legal & economical risks through entire project lifecycle
Amgad Elhewehy, Manager Of Solar Testing Laboratories, New & Renewable Energy AuthorityEgypt
Feb 2011:40
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Modernising wind power with blockchain technology

The Wind Show
  • Driving utility transformation in a distributed world
  • Examining legal and regulatory hurdles: what needs to change?
  • Building an energy-efficient blockchain to accelerate grid decarbonisation
  • Creating a more inclusive ecosystem: enabling high-quality data to be exchanged freely
  • Are we ready for real-world implementation?
  • Imagining a decentralised future of energy where the digital currency becomes the energy meter
Mohammad Khaled Al Hassan, Acting Chief Information Office, Department of Energy Abu DhabiUnited Arab Emirates
Feb 2011:40
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The role of the electrical interconnections in the RE integration

Project Updates
  • Explaining the GCC interconnection, achievements and future prospect
  • Understanding the electricity market framework in the GCC and MENA region
  • GCCIA expansion plans within the GCC and beyond
Feb 2012:00
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Data rules: using intelligent solar trackers

The Solar Show
  • Providing solar trackers in desert conditions
  • Maximising solar asset value with superior tracking components
  • Reducing risk through reliability
  • Intelligently overseeing tracking systems based on real-time data analysis
  • Realising the important of data mining: reducing downtime and O&M costs
Feb 2012:00
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The role of Hydrogen for large scale wind and solar integration in the energy system

The Wind Show
  • Considering hydrogen as an ideal energy carrier for the future
  • Explaining the significance and importance of hydrogen in renewable energy
  • ·Looking at leading hydrogen initiatives and trends on a global scale
Feb 2012:00
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Project update: Tunur Concentrated Solar Power Plant

Project Updates
  • Making the solar power export dream a reality
  • Building one of the largest thermal solar facilities on earth
  • Providing economic development in an environmentally sustainable way
Feb 2012:10
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Repowering large scale assets and PV systems

The Solar Show
  • Replacing old modules and inverters with new higher capacity components
  • Installing components with the latest technology
  • Examining the prospects arising from power plant modernisation for general contractors, project developers, and technology suppliers
  • Understanding the effect of antireflective coating of solar glass in the performance of solar PV modulesVikram Solar tbc
Feb 2012:10
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Building next generation wind turbines

The Wind Show
  • Moving towards bladeless technology
  • Explaining the fundamental components of bladeless technology and its advantages
  • Increasing annual energy production (AEP) and predictable operational expense (OPEX)
  • Securing high aerodynamic performance during the entire lifetime of a wind turbine
Feb 2012:10
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Boosting Algeria’s energy generating capacity

Project Updates
  • The pathway to achieving 25,000 MW by 2025
  • Building 1,500 MW of solar power plants every year
  • Diversifying energy sources and promoting sustainable development
Feb 2012:20
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Project Update Roundtables

Keynotes
Arguably the most important aspect of the show! Join these 40 minute interactive sessions designed to give you a first look at 2019 and 2020 project opportunities, tenders, techniques and technologies being implemented to build networks of the future. Enjoy sessions led by those in charge at key government departments, EPCs and solution providers designed to promote, discuss and debate.
3. Strategies to maximise energy grid cybersecurity
5. Expanding the use of renewable energy in Algeria
6. Energy storage: case studies for innovative solutions
Feb 2014:20
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PANEL Crowdsourcing: the future of PV systems and technologies

The Solar Show
  • The crowd-powered market shift to energy decentralisation and renewable sources
  • Revolutionising the transition toward sustainable energy
  • Lowering the risk: increase the investments
  • Commercialising scalable, disruptive clean energy technologies and business model innovations
P Reddy, Senior Consultant, National Institute of Solar EnergyIndia
Ahmed Zahran, Chief Executive Officer And Co-Founder, Karm SolarEgypt
Feb 2014:20
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Revealing the pillars of modern wind resource assessment

The Wind Show
  • Accurately estimating the wind resource and energy output of each wind turbine over its lifetime
  • Breaking down the three pillars:- Sophisticated physical models- Onsite observational data- Machine-learning algorithms: fusing physical models with observational data
  • Gleaning insight from the Weather Research & Forecasting (WRF) model
Feb 2014:20
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INTERVIEW Reaching new heights: moving Kuwait closer to its 2030 renewable energy goals

Project Updates
  • Building new solar and wind capacity: recognising its potential to cut costs, reduce emissions and divert fuel to export markets
  • Providing a clean and cost-saving substitute for the country’s current power sources
  • Taking a look at Kuwait’s ambitious plan to produce up to 3GW of renewable energy by 2030 through a two phase approach
Feb 2014:40
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Case Study: Going off-grid: The world’s first 100% solar powered construction cabin

The Solar Show
  • Introducing the world’s first 24 hour solar powered office and accommodation cabin utilising a battery storage system
  • Providing reliable and efficient methods of cooling relief for workers and employees
  • Capitalising on declining costs and increased performance of PV and Battery Storage Systems (BSS) with off-grid renewable systems
  • Describing the benefits of battery storage for supporting energy demand, monitoring, adjusting and analyzing the system remotely
Feb 2014:40
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Developers perspectives: overcoming bottlenecks in developing large scale wind projects

The Wind Show
  • What can be done to accelerate wind power development?
  • Experiences from project developers already rolling out wind projects in MENA
  • Reflecting on projects developed over the past year: what were the greatest obstacles and what can we take away?
  • How can the industry work with governments to develop support mechanisms that will drive further wind power development?
  • Overcoming regulatory and financing hurdles
  • Supporting the development of offshore windfarms with LiDARs
Feb 2014:40
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Etihad “The Super ESCO ”driving the solar market in Dubai, UAE with the Shams Dubai Program

Project Updates
  • Helping to develop the solar industry in Dubai
  • Producing solar power for commercial and industrial sectors
  • Focusing on the benefits of Shams Dubai – reducing bills and contributing to an overall cleaner environment
  • Explaining the potential energy capacity and what this means for the future ‘green economy’
Feb 2015:00
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Panel Building green: Innovative eco-friendly construction explained

The Solar Show
  • Planning and implementing green PV building
  • Encouraging national and local governments to ‘build green’ by explaining the economic, social and environmental benefits
  • Categorizing energy in terms of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy
  • Redefining green building rating systems based on energy perspectives
  • Assessing the benefits available to developers from certification
  • Looking at regional industries benefiting from eco-friendly building initiativesEnquire to sponsor
Feb 2015:00
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The flexible supply chain: a key competitive edge in the dynamic wind power market

The Wind Show
  • Building reliable products at a competitive cost, while meeting local regulatory requirements
  • Planning for regional demand volatility
  • Fostering new supply chain and outsourcing modelsEnquire to sponsor
Feb 2015:00
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Building the world’s largest solar steam plant in Oman: Miraah

Project Updates
  • Harnessing the sun’s rays to produce steam
  • Creating new opportunities in supply chain development, manufacturing capability, and employment and training
  • Generating 6,000 tonnes of steam daily
  • Project update on the current statusEnquire to sponsor
Feb 2015:20
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Driving independence in energy supply: empowering customers to become their own utility

The Solar Show
  • Allowing solar power producers to store unlimited amounts of energy they produce on a virtual electricity account
  • Making it possible to recharge electric vehicles (EVs) on the electricity produced by the consumer
  • Selling surplus solar energy directly to neighbours or sharing with friends
  • Empowering customers to act as their own independent energy managers
Herta Von Stiegel, Founder And Executive Chair, Ariya CapitalKenya
Feb 2015:20
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Making a case for hybrid power systems

The Wind Show
  • Combining multiple sources to deliver non-intermittent electric power (wind, solar, battery, generator)
  • Avoiding the need for long distribution infrastructures while increasing efficiency
  • Providing consistent and stable energy generation: overcoming the ‘inconsistent’ nature of renewable energy resources
Feb 2015:20
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Realising the potential: highlighting the investment opportunity in Jordan

Project Updates
  • Transitioning from reliance on external sources of power towards a more independent energy generation mix
  • Tapping into the highest PV capacity in the region
  • Updates on the biggest solar and wind projects: Baynouna Solar Energy Project, Jordan
Feb 2015:40
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Egypt case study: Achieving 2000 MW through Feed-in Tariff (FiT) projects

The Solar Show
  • Analysing how government, local authorities, qualified developers and other stakeholders plan to develop smaller wind projects
  • Guaranteeing adequate compensation for renewable energy producers
  • Discussing the steps to be taken to gain the necessary licenses prior to construction
  • Mitigating the technical and financial challenges in developing small scale wind power projects
  • How important will FiT’s be in the future?
Lamya Youssef Abdel Hakim, Sector Head Of Private Projects, Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company EETCEgypt
Feb 2015:40
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Unleashing the true potential of wind energy: optimising turbine efficiency

The Wind Show
  • Improving wind turbine operations and ensuring continuous improvements in harsh weather conditions
  • Ensuring optimal performance, consistent power, safe and reliable operations of wind turbines
  • How to ensure continuous operations in the high temperature, sand and dust conditions?
Feb 2015:40
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Capacity building in Iraq

Project Updates
  • Catalysing the use of PV energy
  • Harnessing the potential of solar PV energy in meeting the electricity demand on Iraq
  • Accelerating private sector investments in national policies and strategies
Feb 2016:10
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Maximising product innovation to deal with solar tariffs

The Solar Show
  • Adopting flexible pricing models and dynamic tariffs
  • Reducing the need for conventional peak plants
  • Using smart metering as a demand response enabler
  • Meeting changing customer needs by opening new digital channels
  • Creating a robust distribution grid infrastructureEnquire to sponsor
Feb 2016:10
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Managing and mitigating the risks in wind power

The Wind Show
  • Examining common insurance risks associated with wind projects
  • How to protect assets against costly set-backs
  • Enhancing risk management programmes
  • Optimising digital wind cyber security: protecting against potential cyber attacks
  • Predicting wind flow to allow for optimum positioning of wind farms
  • Simulating technical financial riskEnquire to sponsor
Feb 2016:10
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Revolutionising the energy market of the MENA region

Project Updates
  • Lowering costs and producing affordable clean energy
  • Securing a reliable energy supply and a steady long term energy price
  • Understanding the challenges of grid operators
  • Maximising energy yield
  • Ensuring the safe and optimum integration of renewable energy onto the gridEnquire to sponsor
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